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May 15, 2012 6:00pm PDT
brown's new spending plan. the tough questions they had for his finance team. >> back here in just 10 minutes, we have a small forecast a bit warmer for your neighborhood. >>> the state has placed oikos university nursing program on -- regulators say they were concerned about the school before a man shot and killed seven people last month. >>> the state took heat for the governor's revised budget plan. >> what are you doing differently now so we're not ensuring that we're back next year in the same hole? >> all i can say is that as a department we're using our best judgment and using the information we have at any point in time to build the budget. >> technically lawmakers now have one month to submit a budget for the governor to sign. >>> governor brown reiterated today it is going to take difficult cuts as well as the passage of a tax hike initiative in november to wipe out the projected $16 billion state budget gap. >> we have to exercise the budget discipline. i'm determined to do that by whatever means necessary. we're going to come out with a balanced budget. >>> advocates are p
FOX
May 14, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. >>> governor jerry brown unveiled his spending plan today and says new cuts are required to fix the budget gap. >> the real problem will be to get the one time cuts at the level we ask. which is half. >> over the weekend he revealed california's budget short fall is $16 billion. $9billion higher than anticipated. he also renewed his push for the tax initiative. here is the key elements of the budget. public employees are asked to take a 5% pay cut. trial court lose $544 million and cuts to gal grants. and hospitals and nursing home that serve medical patients would receive reduced payments. >> offices may be closed more often, ktvu's john fowler is live where he discovered voters growing frustration. >> reporter: along highway 4, delayed by construction and will be for at least three sect is complete. lot of people said they are concerned because contractors, including caltrans are among the employees the governor wants to work less. >> hurts our perception of california. falling behind. >> something has to happen. maybe we have to suffer before it gets better. >> reporter: waiting for two hou
FOX
May 3, 2012 6:00pm PDT
jerry brown's proposed tax hikes. it's being done in called right track california. spoke on the steps of the capital. they say the governor's push to raise taxes will hurt california's economic recovery. one lawmaker said sacramento simply needs to get its finances in order. >> simple when you tell the truth and when you listen to the people. they prioritize their lives every day. >> reporter: the republicans say the democratic controlled legislature should instead be focused on trimming spending. >> meantime democrats say they are standing firm on protecting certain programs for the poor and most vulnerable. >> we will do all we can to minimize the impact on people who are most in need. including the child care providers and the families who depend upon the child care. >> while makers are hoping for a revenue boost from the so called facebook effect, facebook ipo later this month could bring millions to the state covers. >>> who spent more than 20 years in sacramento has died. he served 8 years in the state assembly and 16 in the state senate. before that he served on the concord cit
FOX
May 10, 2012 6:00pm PDT
it closed at $19. governor jerry brown delivered signed petitions to get his tax hike initiatives on the negative ballot. they had gathered 1.5 million signatures. >> it is fair. and it will take a major step forward in putting california in a solid position. >> the initiative asks voters to approve higher income taxes on the wealthy and a tax hike. he says the money will be used to fund schools and public safety. >>> prosecutors charged a raiders wide receiver for driving under the influence. darrius heyward-bey was pulled over on april 7. he failed a sobriety test but did not release his blood alcohol level. darrius heyward-bey is set to appear in court may 31. >>> mothers against drunk driving is blasting a bill in sacramento. the bill was co-sponsored by roger hernandez who is facing drunk driving charges. it would allowed drink drivers to avoid jail time and instead take classes. >> these offenders will be back on the streets and endangering drivers. >> supporters say the bill aims to ease jail over crowding. >>> san francisco police are asking for the public's help in mindin
FOX
May 11, 2012 6:00pm PDT
, there is green in the fragrant ground and also brown. fog creating fire concerns as they always do. concord and 68 in san francisco. it's starting to feel like summer inl long range models as we go out ten days no rain. i will see you back with the mother's day forecast. >> and stay with us, 24 hours a day for the very latest on the weather conditions where you live. >> mark was in palo alto trying to sell investors on the facebook's public offering. >> reporter: a lot of money on the line with this ipo and the potential investors want answers before they bet millions of dollars on the stock come next week. >> armed with questions and the facebook ceo showed up to answer them. . >> it was brought up mark is a visionary and whatever he felled for him to do with instragram was his bias decision. >> reporter: think are gearing up for the initial offering, on monday he wants to facebook road show in new york and it continues in palo alto. it's designed to help the company and its it bankers look at investor demand and settle on a final stock price. >> what it's worth and -- i think -- it's
FOX
May 18, 2012 6:00pm PDT
video of the ipo. >>> the state legislative analyst says he supports governor brown's latest plan to close california's budget cut. the $15.7 billion budget gap was called realistic. he does warn it may be overstating how much revenue will be devastated. >> if they take actions, and we stress ongoing actions we can put a major dent into our budget problem. >> reporter: the analyst also said that the state will not cash in on facebook's ipo for months. >>> oakland mayor gene quan went on the defensive over the coliseum project. the mayor wants to transform the coliseum into restaurants, hotels and shops and new facilities. today mayor quan's office released a statement disputing recent reports that claim the city doesn't have the money to move forward. the mayor adds the project would generate more than 30,000 local jobs. >>> tonight on the 10:00 news we take a closer look at the fight to keep the oakland a's in town. >>> a walnut creek law -- lawyer is headed to the state court. jerome fishkin is representing sergio garcia. garcia was allowed into the state board after passing th
FOX
May 29, 2012 6:00pm PDT
to see more browning this week especially with the 90s starting to pop in. the bay area forecast, it's dry and it's warm. it's going to be one of the nicer weeks we see. a consistent week. it'll be a little cooler as we get into sunday afternoon, maybe upper 70s. >> like that graphic shows all the microclimates. >> thank you bill. >> thanks, bill. >>> coming up on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. members of a south bay football team are in mourning. >> days after scoring the game winning touchdown here at hp pavilion a san jose saber cats player passes away. what police say about his death. >> and times are more than just changing they've come full circle from music legend bob dillan. the top honor he receiveed from the white house today. >>> a hunting trip has caused a political fire storm in sacramento. the changes that state lawmakers are now considering in response to this picture of the california fish and game chief. >>> more fall out tonight from the controversial picture of the head of the fish and game. killing mountain lions is illegal in california. republicans say because
FOX
May 7, 2012 6:00pm PDT
at the capital. governor jerry brown led the ceremony in sacramento honoring those who died in the line of duty last year. 8 officers lost their lives in 2011. the men and women will have their names engraved on a statue. >> we have come here to be with their families, to share their sorry and make sure their loved ones will never be forgotten. >> a nationwide event honoring fallen officers kicked off later in the week in washington, d.c. >>> hundreds of businesses are at risk of closing due to lawsuits all filed by the same attorney. business owners are accusing him of trying to exploit the american with disabilities act. ktvu's cara liu has more. >> reporter: this store contacted us about a lawsuit they are facing. the business next door, as well as others, they are all in the same boat. >> reporter: they work 11 hours a day, six days a week. but that could soon change according to her son-in-law. >> she was in shock. she couldn't eat. sleep. >> reporter: she was slapped with a lawsuit, claiming she doesn't accommodate disabled customers. >> theythey are living day by day. late on rent also.
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